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Long ago, before Alex Jones, William Cooper, or Art Bell, Mae Brussell had a radio show covering conspiracy related topics back in the 70s. I found an archive of some of her shows. Here is one from '71 in which she gives some really interesting insights on the Manson case. It is cool to hear these ideas that were formed around the time the events occurred. Here's the link if anyone would like to check it out:

http://www.maebrussell.com/Audio/0016%20side%201.mp3
She actually brings up some good points.
(06-26-2017, 12:44 AM)NightStalker2.0 Wrote: [ -> ]She actually brings up some good points.

Agreed. I always felt there was something more going on with that case.
(06-26-2017, 01:01 AM)Ebmaj7#5 Wrote: [ -> ][quote='NightStalker2.0' pid='169317' dateline='1498452246']
She actually brings up some good points.

Agreed. I always felt there was something more going on with that case.
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Excellent Thread! She really knew her stuff. Makes you really think what is going on.
(06-25-2017, 11:45 PM)Ebmaj7#5 Wrote: [ -> ]Long ago, before Alex Jones, William Cooper, or Art Bell, Mae Brussell had a radio show covering conspiracy related topics back in the 70s. I found an archive of some of her shows. Here is one from '71 in which she gives some really interesting insights on the Manson case. It is cool to hear these ideas that were formed around the time the events occurred. Here's the link if anyone would like to check it out:

http://www.maebrussell.com/Audio/0016%20side%201.mp3

That was great!

Time capsule. I have been a fan of Mae Brussell since before the net. She was a really sharp lady.
(06-26-2017, 06:43 AM)Frigg Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-25-2017, 11:45 PM)Ebmaj7#5 Wrote: [ -> ]Long ago, before Alex Jones, William Cooper, or Art Bell, Mae Brussell had a radio show covering conspiracy related topics back in the 70s. I found an archive of some of her shows. Here is one from '71 in which she gives some really interesting insights on the Manson case. It is cool to hear these ideas that were formed around the time the events occurred. Here's the link if anyone would like to check it out:

http://www.maebrussell.com/Audio/0016%20side%201.mp3

That was great!

Time capsule. I have been a fan of Mae Brussell since before the net. She was a really sharp lady.

That was back in the cassette days... lol
Sadly, Mae made no provision for managing her estate following her death. The creatures who have settled upon her legacy are exemplified by a severely disturbed individual named Dan Rightmyer, aka “Alex Constantine.”

Neither Rightmyer nor any of the other vultures that gathered around Mae’s grave did anything to support her during her lifetime.

Some points of information about Rightmyer, currently residing in Monterey, California:

That unfortunate individual claims he has repelled magnets from his head. He also says that: “. . . . I have been burned by microwaves, kept awake for days at a stretch by shrieking noises in my ears, the effect of pulsed audiograms. . . .” An audiogram is a graph of a sound wave. The worst thing one can get from an audiogram is a paper cut. There is no such thing as a “pulsed audiogram,” any more than there is a “pulsed telegram.”
In addition, he claimed that “. . . . I also blew out a light bulb and a new CD player. . . .”




VERY FUCKING INTERESTING....
@Frigg...

People have no idea..

http://spitfirelist.com/interviews/inter...e-brussell
(06-26-2017, 08:38 AM)Mmmkay Ultra Wrote: [ -> ]Sadly, Mae made no provision for managing her estate following her death. The creatures who have settled upon her legacy are exemplified by a severely disturbed individual named Dan Rightmyer, aka “Alex Constantine.”

Neither Rightmyer nor any of the other vultures that gathered around Mae’s grave did anything to support her during her lifetime.

Some points of information about Rightmyer, currently residing in Monterey, California:

That unfortunate individual claims he has repelled magnets from his head. He also says that: “. . . . I have been burned by microwaves, kept awake for days at a stretch by shrieking noises in my ears, the effect of pulsed audiograms. . . .” An audiogram is a graph of a sound wave.  The worst thing one can get from an audiogram is a paper cut. There is no such thing as a “pulsed audiogram,” any more than there is a “pulsed telegram.”
In addition, he claimed that “. . . . I also blew out a light bulb and a new CD player. . . .”




VERY FUCKING INTERESTING....
@Frigg...

People have no idea..

http://spitfirelist.com/interviews/inter...e-brussell

Boy people sure hate Constantine.. No doubt about that and the dude who wrote "psychopath Machine" was in the comment section. That used to post here...
Pioneer conspiracy theorist Mae Brussell, whose weekly radio show "World Watchers International" inspired a devoted following and occasional death threats during its 17 years on the air, has died in Carmel of cancer.

Ms. Brussell, 66, died Monday, about three weeks after she entered the Carmel Convalescent Center. She lived in Carmel Valley for 23 years.

She was born in Beverly Hills, a fourth-generation Californian, and grew up in a family of privilege and influence. Her father was powerful Los Angeles Rabbi Edgar Magnin and her great-grandfather, Isaac Magnin, founded the I. Magnin clothing stores.

Ms. Brussell majored in philosophy at Stanford University but left school weeks before graduation to marry the first of her two husbands. She later told an interviewer that until the assassination of President Kennedy in 1963, she was "just a housewife interested in tennis courts and dance lessons and orthodontia for my children."

Televised coverage of the assassination and shooting death of Lee Harvey Oswald -- along with glaring inconsistencies she saw in the news reports -- had a profound effect on Ms. Brussell.

John Judge, a longtime friend and fellow conspiracy researcher, told a story about how Ms. Brussell, surrounded by her children, watched the televised assassination coverage:

Her daughter Bonnie saw Oswald in the hallway and he had obviously been beaten and Bonnie felt sorry for him. She wrapped up her teddy bear to send to him, then she saw him shot. Mae began to fear what kind of world her children would grow up in.

In 1964, Ms. Brussell paid $86 for a copy of the voluminous Warren Commission report of the Kennedy assassination and began a cross index of its facts and findings. That launched 25 years of daily investigation into political murders, Nazis, mind control, the Vatican, secret societies, espionage, organized crime, terrorism and hidden governments.

During her career, Ms. Brussell contended that the United States was secretly controlled by an elite group of 5,000 powerful men who would stop at nothing to maintain that control.

On her radio show, which was broadcast on Monday evenings for 11 years on Carmel's KLRB and six years on listener- supported KAZU in Pacific Grove, Ms. Brussell named names and spouted facts in rapid-fire style. Then, in her gravelly monotone, she urged listeners to ponder the links.

The program was syndicated to a half-dozen stations around the country and hundreds of followers also subscribed to her tapes and bibliographies.

"The irony is that if she were alive today, I'm sure she would find a conspiracy behind her own death," said Paul Krassner, editor and publisher of the Realist and co-founder of the Yippie movement. The Realist, now a satirical newsletter, was the first magazine to publish Ms. Brussell.

"I thought she was an American hero," Krassner said. "We should look upon her as a role model for not accepting things that are spoon-fed to us, not accepting it automatically as the truth."

Ms. Brussell left the air in March after receiving a death threat she took seriously. She told police an anonymous caller said he would "see you're never going to be on the radio again," and vowed to come fully armed to her home "to blow your head off."

Later, someone did break into the house. "Somebody left a message that let her know they had been there. They left a piece of a puzzle next to her telephone," said KAZU program director Benny Thompson.

At the time, he said, Ms. Brussell was investigating followers of satanic cults in the military.

In the 1970s, Ms. Brussell taught an accredited course in conspiracy -- the first in the country -- at Monterey Peninsula Community College. She also lectured extensively and wrote for publications including the Realist, People's Almanac, the Berkeley Barb, Penthouse and Hustler. She was named in the Who's Who of Intellectuals in 1983.

Ms. Brussell contended that the Kennedy assassinations, Martin Luther King's assassination, the Manson family murders, the Chappaquiddick affair and the Patricia Hearst kidnapping were all set into motion by the far right, the CIA, the FBI and the Mafia under a massive conspiracy to discredit the left and establish a fascist state.

Ms. Brussell supported her theories with documents culled from an extensive home library. She read 15 newspapers each day and subscribed to more than 150 periodicals, collecting 80,000 pages of research materials -- enough to fill 39 file cabinets, said Judge, who has taken over her library to establish the Mae Brussell Research Center in Santa Cruz.

She told an interviewer in 1976: "I've never really pushed any of my ideas. I've just gone about my research slowly and steadily, but after Watergate I found a lot more people were

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Talk about disturbing patterns...

http://web.archive.org/web/2000081816560...ussell.htm
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